Reform Curling Club is based at Greenacres Ice Rink, some 15 miles from Glasgow, with a current membership of 168.  
League games and a knockout competition are played at Greenacres, with an external knockout played at Braehead.
The site contains current and Archive information, and full information on the clubs activities.  We can be contacted via the Contact page (email) for full information on joining.  
The traditional evening for league games is a Thursday, where you will always find a welcome at Greenacres Ice Rink


FLEECES:  The new season is upon us, and we have a stock of the new fleeces now available, in a range of sizes and in gents and ladies styles.  

Anyone who would like to be fitted and place a fleece order should contact David or Mary Robertson (01505 614567).



Alan Mitchell, of Foxglide, has an offer on Polo shirts, suitable for gents and ladies.

By downloading this pdf, you will be able to see the style and details of costs

Alan is offering a £5 discount for orders of more than 5, so give him a call and he will organise sizes and delivery.

If you prefer email, it is

Season 2015-2016 :  
President: Eric Richardson
Vice:  Graham Davidson  

Michael Burton and the End of an Era

Michael has been the Secretary of Reform CC since its inception in 1980, and had been the main guiding light in its development and continued growth and success.

At the AGM on 9 May, he resigned as Secretary and passed the reins to Karen Kennedy.  At the dinner which followed, the Club presented a unique paperweight as an expression of the appreciation of the colossal amount of work that he has carried out over 35 years.

Robin Copeland gave a glowing and humorous tribute to Mike, which was received by a long and heartfelt standing ovation.  Mike expressed his deep appreciation to his wife Helen for her loving and enduring support over the years.

(Pictured L to R: Eric Richardson, Robin Copeland, Mike, and Margaret Richardson [Picture by Hugh Stewart])